Global Health Corps, a one-year fellowship program for young leaders in global health, seeks to be a launching pad for young people under thirty years of age to begin careers in global health in seven countries in East Africa, Southern Africa, and the United States. To meet demand from applicants and recognize the health needs of their focus countries, Global Health Corps has created partnerships with new host organizations that focus on sexual and reproductive health and rights. This grant would help Global Health Corps finance sixty-six new fellowship positions focusing on sexual and reproductive health and rights for its upcoming fellowship year.
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Grants to this Grantee
for support of integrating Global Health Corps community portal with Salesforce
for support of reproductive health fellowships
Global Health Corps operates a one-year fellowship program that seeks to seed the future of global health leadership. Candidates, who are 30 years of age or under, are from all over the world and have varied professional backgrounds. They are matched with fellowship opportunities in four countries in East Africa, southern Africa, and the United States. With this grant, Global Health Corps will place a portion of the next two fellowship classes in host organizations that focus on sexual and reproductive health and rights.